The Harriet Beecher Stowe House has evolved significantly over nearly 200 years from its original purpose as the president’s home on the Lane Seminary campus to a busy boarding house and gathering place for Black community leaders, to an Ohio History Connection site. As the historic restoration continues, we are uncovering new questions and answers every week.
Join volunteer Eric Driscoll to explore behind the scenes and get the latest updates on the historic restoration project underway. *Tour participants must be able to navigate narrow and steep staircases.*